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on this accident, we will advise you. >> talks are underway between the obama administration and top egyptian officials for a possible immediate resignation of president hosni mubarak. this is demonstrators blood cairo's main square -- flood the main square. sally kidd has the latest. >> anti-mubarak demonstrators called this the day of departure. they want hosni mubarak to leave immediately. president obama says the transition process must begin now. >> the transition must initiate a process that respects the interests of rights of the egyptian people and leads to free and fair elections. >> the bios is talks are underway with officials at all levels of the egyptian government -- the white house says talks are under way. >> the government must take concrete steps. >> the steps could include mubarak leaving office immediately and handing over power to an interim government backed by the military. some analysts say the obama administration has been careful to support the pro-democracy demonstrators without directly calling for president mubarak's ouster. >> i think we will not be remembered in
with the latest developments and more on the u.s. response. >> president obama is speaking with british and french leaders to court may response to the situation in libya. and it brought more bloody clashes to the streets of libya. he returned to state television in a rambling phone call that accused protesters on being on hallucinogenic drugs and blamed osama bin laden. the obama administration had little reaction to his comment. >> officials said there was pressure to end the violence. >> i don't want to specify that one is going to happen and what is not going to happen. >> they plan to act quickly, the swiss government ordering a freeze on his assets. they're pushing for a human rights investigation. the situation demands urgency, it is unclear what he could do next. >> anything is possible given what he has been doing so far and the tactics he has been resorting to. he is becoming increasingly desperate. >> he threatens to blow up libya opposed to oil pipelines. president obama said today that he thinks the situation will stabilise. >> surveillance cameras capture a very scary scene. a man in
%. >> finishing second, mitt romney, just one of the gop heavyweights. >> this is the obama mystery index. it is at a record high. >> they heard from underdogs that may or may not step into the ring. >> our america is -- an agenda is america's agenda. >> i have never had a book signing. >> the hardest shots were reserved for president obama. >> not only do we face a crisis today, we do not have the leadership in the white house that can deal with it. >> this year, the tea party is demanding to be heard. >> if we do not do what we were sent here to do, this revolution will overrun us. >> these conservative share a common goal. >> winning the white house in 2012. >> there is no clear road map. >> i have not yet heard our plan. >> for conservatives, a preview of 2012. >> still had come up mothers take to the nation's capital protesting for their right to breast feed in public. find out why hundreds braved the find out why hundreds braved the cold to run in >> hunters have fun in their underclothes this weekend. this is the second year of the undie run taking place in the nation's capital. do
an orderly shutdown. >> it is like a high wire act without a net. >> he questions why president obama is not more involved. >> the white house should be working with senate democrats to come up with a counterproposal that would pass the test of reasonableness. >> right now, the two sides have very different definitions of what is and is not reasonable. a spokesman for john boehner said there are many ongoing conversations with democratic leaders. neither side will say whether any progress is being made. >> stay with us. there is more news ahead. >> she spent the day trying to motivate annapolis area students. the story, just ahead. >> orioles' spring training in sarasota. i should let you know that by the time you get back from the commercial break, i'll be back in the studio. >> there is a warming trend on the way. the details are coming up. >> she was in maryland to help celebrate black history month. >> she spins the morning speaking with hundreds of annapolis elementary and middle school students. >> she is making a name for herself torn the country -- touring the country. >> she
are a proud sponsor. >> the battle over spending cuts is expecting to grow next week when obama releases his 2012 proposal. >> there's a general agreement that something has to be done, but we're to cut and by how much, that is where the two sides differ. with the national debt and that -- at a staggering $14 trillion, people are looking for ways to iranians abandoned. >> we need to look for in every -- to rein in spending. >> we need to look in every nook and cranny. >> 1 lawmakers suggests a so- called disagree operations committee that would take an ax to the federal budget. >> look at every line, every page, but for duplicative wasteful spending. >> or how about giving obama a new version of the line-item veto. a group of senators voted about the version today. >> the chief executive needs this tool to get our fiscal house in order. >> he would send them back to congress for a mandatory up or down vote. >> it is about eliminating spending items that do not make sense. >> another idea is establishing spending caps and passing a balanced budget amendment. but they need to proceed with caut
are unacceptable. >> president obama mentioned the crisis during a prayer breakfast in washington. >> we pray that the violence in egypt will end. >> some egyptians say more action, not prayer, is needed. analysts say the obama administration was in a no-win situation from the beginning. >> there is understandable fear of the future, a change, and yet, the reality is that the people in egypt will decide their fate, and the u.s. should support those efforts. >> in an interview, mubarak blames the chaos on the muslim brotherhood. >> you can get the very latest from egypt with brian williams on nbc nightly news. he is live in cairo tonight beginning at 6:30. >> police in hartford county arrested a 27-year-old man for sexually abusing a 5-year-old girl. authorities say 27-year-old angela alberto osborn is charged with rape, assault, and abuse of a minor child. the lead to abuse happened in october. police said osborn knows the child. he is being held without bail at the hartford county detention center. so we had to be shut down for a short time this afternoon after reports of a fire. firefighter
obama's update, next. >> i am very, very angry. >> outrage after a basket brawl friday night, leading to the suspension of several players. >> and while aaron writers get set on -- set to go on his trip to disney world, the packers are off to a freezing cold reception in green bay. and we are -- >> and we are tracking a couple of storm systems this week. the seven-day forecast is for the head. it is 43 in baltimore right >> 3 baltimore high school basketball players have been suspended from school after a brawl friday night. 11 news camera crew was rolling as the fight broke out with less than six minutes in the game. tonight, 11 news spoke with one of those suspended students who says he was simply watching out for his mother, who has been extremely ill. >> i went into the court to look for my mother because she was really sick and have been trying to get her to safety. students from edmonton came over to our side and started talking our students. our students engaged in a fight and once the fight broke out like a riot, police were sprained pepper spray. >> he has been suspended from
obama in two weeks. tim tooten, wbal-tv 11 news. >> now, your insta-weather forecast with chief meteorologist tom tasselmyer. >> the 11th day of february, the anniversary of one of baltimore's biggest all-time snowstorms, no. 5 on the all- time list occurred on this date 28 years ago. in 1983, nearly 23 inches of snow came down on that day. the all-time record is that february 2003 storm. january 1922, last year's february 1 wizard ranks fourth all-time. these are numbers at the official weather station in baltimore down at bwi marshall. some heavy snow on that day in 1983, and some bitter cold on this day back in 1899. it was 13 at the airport this morning, but in 1899 we were right in the middle of the worst arctic outbreak to ever hit baltimore. five consecutive days of bitterly cold air. 700 in the morning and afternoon high of just above zero, at 3 degrees. all of these ties were record cold high temperatures for the day, five in a row, and three consecutive record lows. that was way back in february of 1899. the cold was around this morning near the canadian border, seven
. the obama administration is warning of possible furloughs for social security workers if spending is/. >> they are putting social security payments and services at risk. >> they stripped funding from planned parenthood. >> the chamber has passed a bill to repeal obamacare. this is now an effort to defund obamacare. >> the law is already helping millions of americans. >> the threat of a government shutdown looms. >> it is possible that will happen. >> it was a beautiful, sunny day out there. creates dangerous conditions for fire. that is what happened this afternoon when a brush fire sparked in anne arundel county. officials say the fire burned about 10 acres and reached three alarms. fortunately, no one was injured and no buildings were damaged. a robbery attempt ended with a gas station attendant in a hospital with a gunshot wound. bullets started flying in catonsville. >> the suspects are still on the loose, and detectives are asking for the help of the public, offering up to $2,000 reward for good information on the case. the 66-year-old victim who was shot in the head is so for a
support for cities, president obama said cities will have to adjust. >> after two years where we give a lot of help to cities and states to make sure they were able to deal with the recession. the deficit grew nets -- necessarily because of an emergency situation. the economy is now growing again and hopefully revenues will start improving. now it is time to start trimming back some of the help we had been given. >> in an interview, the president talked about cuts to programs to help the poor pay their heating bills. he is now proposing to scale it back to the level of was before after doubling it. >> police are investigating a homicide at and east baltimore bus stop. the call came in at about 12:30 p.m. today. witnesses a man was arguing with a couple when he was stabbed in the neck. he stumbled to the rite aid across the street to get help. witnesses say the couple ran off. police are hoping more witnesses will come forward. >> this was in the middle of the day. there were several witnesses. at least a couple have already been transported to a homicide. a privately owned ambulance a
approved by president obama. some democratic senators are in support of the measure. >> it will cut two weeks off, but there will still be a big fight about whether the really big cuts are coming are not. >> -- or not. >> strategists say, do not expect republicans, particularly freshmen lawmakers, to back down. >> they said they will make cuts when they came into office and they said they will not back down. i do not see the house saying they will give up the spending cuts for now. we are not going to see that. >> in an apparent break with the white house, house minority leader nancy pelosi released a statement criticizing the republican measure and saying that it is out, "not a good place to start." >> some parts of maryland were under a tornado watch until 11:00 a.m. today. >> and even though it expired before any tornadoes form, the wind and rain certainly did damage in our area. sheldon is in pike bill with more. >> we definitely dodged a bullet today, but the winds were so rough out here in paxil that it snapped this tree at its base. neighbors say they are just grateful it was not
condemn the violence and repeated a call for restraint. president obama said that he found the images outrageous and deplorable. >> it is imperative that the violence we are seeing spot. the transition that was spoken about last night begins immediately. >> we have been going to fairly significant challenges. >> the state department's as the transition has to start now had expressed support for holding elections sooner than september. >> get the latest from cairo on nbc nightly news at 6:30. >> there is much more news ahead. >> i'm at the university of maryland where to buy its the terrapins verses the dukes -- vs. duke in basketball. how they're trying to avoid happened after last year's game. >> national signing day brings a big decision for top-rated high school players. >> the blizzard is winding down over the northeast, but gusty wind coming into maryland with colder air. your forecast coming up. curtis: welcome back to geico radio, it's savings, on the radio. gecko: kate from mill valley, it's all yours. kate: well, i'm shopping for my first car. gecko: nice! i do hope you'll c
obama says his budget will provide more than $1 trillion in deficit savings over one decade. he says a five-year freeze on domestic spending was said about $400 million. >> this will be at its lowest level since july eisenhower was president. >> this includes eliminating or cutting funding for more than 200 programs including some popular with democrats. crux of we're going to walk the walk and it comes to fiscal discipline, these kinds of cuts will be necessary. >> tax increases including mortgage interest deductions for higher-income earners and raising taxes on oil companies. >> in short, this is a program that we will live within our means and still invest in the future. >> the reaction from republicans -- >> this is an ugly thing. >> this does not touch entitlements which accounts for the largest share of the deficit. >> we're taking on something as complex as entitlements, that is deeply emotional and the president of the united states is not even in the game? >> house republican leaders say the proposal is all smoke and mirrors. >> what did we get today? we got a punt. he punt
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